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Is anyone using these old SysKonnect devices?

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  • Mike Riley
    Is anyone using these old SysKonnect devices? I think they are the sk98sol and skge driver devices. The number pairs are the PCI IDs of the devices. * 1148
    Message 1 of 6 , Jul 1, 2008
      Is anyone using these old SysKonnect devices? I think they are the sk98sol
      and skge driver devices.

      The number pairs are the PCI IDs of the devices.

      * 1148 4300 1148 9821 Single NIC Copper Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9821
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-T)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9822 Dual NIC Copper Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9822
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-T dual link)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9841 Single NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9841
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-LX)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9842 Dual NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9842
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-LX dual link)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9843 Single NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9843
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-SX)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9844 Dual NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9844
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-SX dual link)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9861 Single NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9861
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-SX Volition)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9862 Dual NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9862
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-SX Volition dual link)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9871 Single NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnect SK-9871
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-ZX)
      * 1148 4300 1148 9872 Dual NIC Fiber Gig PCI 64 SysKonnnect SK-9872
      Gigabit Ethernet Server Adapter (SK-NET GE-ZX dual link)

      Mike
    • Ian Collins
      ... Sounds like he answered no to one of the first questions - is the machine networked. Ian
      Message 2 of 6 , Jul 1, 2008
        Dave Johnson wrote:
        > My son went to install Solaris 10 (x86) release 5/08, and as far as
        > I can tell, he was never prompted for things like NIS vs NIS+, IP
        > address, subnet, DNS server... Is all of this stuff gone, or did
        > he skip something somewhere?
        >
        >
        Sounds like he answered no to one of the first questions - is the
        machine networked.

        Ian
      • Dave Johnson
        My son went to install Solaris 10 (x86) release 5/08, and as far as I can tell, he was never prompted for things like NIS vs NIS+, IP address, subnet, DNS
        Message 3 of 6 , Jul 1, 2008
          My son went to install Solaris 10 (x86) release 5/08, and as far as
          I can tell, he was never prompted for things like NIS vs NIS+, IP
          address, subnet, DNS server... Is all of this stuff gone, or did
          he skip something somewhere?

          Dave
        • dick hoogendijk
          On Wed, 02 Jul 2008 16:16:47 +1200 ... -OR- the machine is actually not networked -(loose cable cnooect?)- -- Dick Hoogendijk -- PGP/GnuPG key: 01D2433D ++
          Message 4 of 6 , Jul 2, 2008
            On Wed, 02 Jul 2008 16:16:47 +1200
            Ian Collins <ian@...> wrote:

            > Dave Johnson wrote:
            > > My son went to install Solaris 10 (x86) release 5/08, and as far as
            > > I can tell, he was never prompted for things like NIS vs NIS+, IP
            > > address, subnet, DNS server... Is all of this stuff gone, or did
            > > he skip something somewhere?
            > >
            > >
            > Sounds like he answered no to one of the first questions - is the
            > machine networked.

            -OR- the machine is actually not networked -(loose cable cnooect?)-

            --
            Dick Hoogendijk -- PGP/GnuPG key: 01D2433D
            ++ http://nagual.nl/ + SunOS sxce snv91 ++
          • Gerard Henry
            ... yes
            Message 5 of 6 , Jul 2, 2008
              Dave Johnson wrote:
              > Would not recognizing the built-in NIC on the Asus M2A-VM
              > also cause this problem?
              >

              yes
            • Dave Johnson
              Would not recognizing the built-in NIC on the Asus M2A-VM also cause this problem? Dave
              Message 6 of 6 , Jul 2, 2008
                Would not recognizing the built-in NIC on the Asus M2A-VM
                also cause this problem?

                Dave
                dick hoogendijk wrote:
                >
                >
                > On Wed, 02 Jul 2008 16:16:47 +1200
                > Ian Collins <ian@... <mailto:ian%40ianshome.com>> wrote:
                >
                > > Dave Johnson wrote:
                > > > My son went to install Solaris 10 (x86) release 5/08, and as far as
                > > > I can tell, he was never prompted for things like NIS vs NIS+, IP
                > > > address, subnet, DNS server... Is all of this stuff gone, or did
                > > > he skip something somewhere?
                > > >
                > > >
                > > Sounds like he answered no to one of the first questions - is the
                > > machine networked.
                >
                > -OR- the machine is actually not networked -(loose cable cnooect?)-
                >
                > --
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